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Double the love you share this Valentine’s Day



  • February 01, 2021
Noel Brewer Yeatts
Noel Brewer Yeatts

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Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. And I hope you won’t let it go by without showing someone in need that you care. 

Because love is worth sharing.

And this Valentine’s Day, you can DOUBLE the love you share with people around the world. From now through Feb. 14, your gift will be matched up to $100,000 to help 2X as many people who don’t have access to food, clean water, and more.

So many families around the globe need a loving, helping hand right now.

The greatest need of all is food. Because of the pandemic, many people have lost their jobs. Many countries’ already struggling economies have crashed, causing food prices to skyrocket. Planting and harvest seasons were disrupted. And now the U.N. is predicting “famines of biblical proportions” for the rest of 2021.

Children are going to bed hungry most nights … and their parents who love them so much are powerless to do anything about it.

That’s why I want to dedicate the beginning of February to meeting this urgent need and provide food and more to people who are struggling to survive — people like Agness.

Agness lives in Zambia. She and her husband are currently raising their six grandchildren since their daughter passed away.

Agness’ husband works odd jobs like gardening to try to put some food on the table. But the pandemic made it harder for him to work last year, and food quickly became scarce.

This elderly couple could only watch as their grandchildren grew weaker and weaker from malnutrition. But one day, love arrived at their door. And it came in the form of food for their family. Because of a generous donor like you, Agness doesn’t have to watch her grandchildren go hungry anymore.

Sending food is one of the greatest ways you can show love this Valentine’s Day. Because food — whether we realize it or not — is one way we share love.

It’s why we send candy. Or why we make chicken noodle soup when a family member is feeling sick. It’s why we bake for friends or take over dinner prep for a spouse when they’re tired at the end of the day.

So this Valentine’s Day, show your love for other people on the other side of the world by putting food into the hands of people who need it most.

But your gift will also provide so much more than just food!  You’ll also help witness to people, you’ll share copies of God’s Word, you’ll help plant churches, and more.

Click here to give today to provide lifesaving food and more this Valentine’s season. And remember to respond by Feb. 14 to DOUBLE your gift!

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